Though it has become a revolving location for restaurants as of late, the building at 905 N. 4th St. dates back to the 1910s.
This past weekend’s newly minted Devoured Culinary Classic was a celebration of local eateries, Arizona wineries and demonstrations from some of the Valley’s most lauded chefs.
For those seeking the ultimate urban Phoenix living experience, there is no better place than the chunk of Downtown Phoenix that is the 85004 ZIP code.
Aaron May, one of Scottsdale’s most recognized chefs, is opening two spots in CityScape and participating at the Devoured Culinary Classic.
In a few months, two new spots will join Nine|05 at 4th and Garfield streets: European-inspired gastropub Canteen and El Rey, a Mexico City-style taco n’ tequila joint.
With so much progress in a year (let alone during the big bad recession), it’s encouraging to see what’s happening in our city.
Usually, we offer a specific show at a featured location to check out along your art walk. But, seeing as it’s the holidays, let’s take a trip to see the lights and get into the spirit.
The USGBC Greenbuild International Conference and Expo is in town November 11-13. DPJ offers helpful leisurely suggestions to enjoy your time in Downtown Phoenix.
Twitter has been all, well, a-twitter about the new DIY-style horror flick ‘Paranormal Activity,’ so I thought I would check it out. The remodeled, revamped Nine|05 was the perfect food pairing.
At a time when the recession is taking a toll on Valley restaurants, a hugely ambitious dining project is coming to downtown Phoenix. An acclaimed Scottsdale chef and his partners have finalized a deal for a five-restaurant complex.